Nikos Hidiroglou

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  • Murder by Leftism

    In early May, four people lost their lives when rioters set fire to a bank in downtown Athens, then prevented rescue workers from reaching the facility. Those deaths serve as a warning by leftists and anarchists that anyone who dares to work during a declared strike will lose his life.

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  • Silence the Opposition

    The Socialist Greek government is crafting and carrying out policies that appear to have come straight from the Soviet playbook in efforts to repress the conservative opposition, which came out of last October’s elections heavily wounded.

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  • February 2010

    Greece on the Skids

    The Hellenic economy is collapsing, and the huge and counterproductive public sector has failed to generate growth, produce wealth, and diffuse it to the people.

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  • December 2009

    Left Turn In Greece

    Security has always been a key issue for conservatives and nationalists worldwide. But that’s not the case in Greece. So voters in the homeland of democracy, displeased by riots and anarchy, the inability of the government to put down the protests, and the effects of the financial crisis, have reacted angrily against the “conservatives” on whose watch the chaos took place.

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  • October 2009

    A Modern Greek Tragedy

    Greece is under the influence of an aggressive (and violent) left, which has made common cause with liberals in an attempt to eliminate every vestige of the Hellenism that is so deeply rooted in the psyche of the indigenous population. Of course, they call it political correctness and modernization.

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  • June 2006

    Talking About Conservatism: The Politics of Guilt

    It is not easy nowadays even to mention the word conservative in Greece. Historical factors, as well as the cultural dominance of the left since the restoration of democracy in 1974, have put immense pressure on everyone who is trying to represent the right in the modern Hellenic Republic.

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